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Episode #351 - March 8th, 2013

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tpope churns out plugins for heroku and rbenv, Rails 4 pulls support for things you wish you never used, redacting your strings, and improving your use of ActiveRecord all in this epsode of Ruby5!

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  • Rails 4 Gems
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  • Hiding ActiveRecord
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